To my Hack/Slash fans out there,
Issue 22 was my last issue. I'm so sad to leave -- you guys have made life worth living for the past 2 1/2 years. For a few different reasons, it was time for me to move on to the next thing; as Calvin once told Hobbes, "I must follow the inscrutable exhortations of my soul." :)
I hear that the super-talented (and true horror fan) Bryan Baugh is doing some issues now:
And I'm keeping my fingers crossed for the movie to finally be made.
For those of you who don't banish me from your watch lists for mostly drawing flowers and whatnot these days, I promise to try to throw something gross i
Many apologies for this shameless begging (especially if you are seeing this in multiple places – facebook, your email inbox, etc.), but please vote for my t-shirt design on threadless.com! Voting will be open for 7 days. You can score it from 0-5 (5 being best) and put check marks in the "I'd buy it" boxes if you like my design.
(If you are not registered with Threadless, you will have to sign up in order to vote, but that only takes a moment; so if you can spare the time, I would really, really, REALLY appreciate it.)
The link is thus: http://www.threadless.com/submission/195093/Yin_Yang_Twins
Muchas gracias for the support!
Hack/Slash fans! We have been nominated for a Spike TV Scream award, and I wish to coerce you to vote!
The link is thus:
The awards are decided by online voting, so feel free to tell everyone you know, tell random strangers, vote on multiple computers at the local library, etc. Voting is open till about mid-October (the awards show airs Oct. 21). We are up against the likes of X-Men, so our chances of winning are quite low, but we might as well put up a good fight, dang it :)